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, massachusetts, that is locked down. first of all, google showed off innovations late yesterday like the google glasses and investors like that and the profit situation. to lauren on the floor, where did they go to the stock, please? >> yeah, google shares are up 1% and they did beat in profit and revenue. on the call, ceo larry page said interesting things, saying that google glass and even motorola phone will do something different, moving forward and changing up the products and something that the technology companies need to do. and quickly the dow is down and other major averages are up and we have some earnings that are sharply lower. stuart: new, lauren. i have got a couple of big names. ibm, disappoints. and it's down, a dow stock. that again in part look at that, ibm's drop is costing the dow 88 points and i've got better than expected profits at microsoft and losing the chief financial officer and microsoft is moving higher, up a buck the at 29.83. before i leave finance and go to terror, where is apple this morning. >> apple 385 the lowest bevels seen since the end of 2011. stuart: i
role do you think the companies play in this? youtube owned by google and other companies and social media getting attention this week because it is easy for quote-on-quote for a lone wolf to operate, isn't it? >> it is. companies have taken a responsible position about this making it a key priority to censor material ensuring there's nothing out there. they are up against vast quantities of data, the likes google can't get out ahead. dagen: does the information continue to spread? is there a proliferation of this type of information and these guides, if you will? >> absolutely. face it, in the world we live in, it's impossible to eradicate the december mages of this information. we can, you know, put a dike in the dam, but the fact is the information is going to get out there whether it's from yemen or ideas the united states. connell: i asked about the role of companies, but what about law enforcement? say, for example, in the video referenced, just one example, but producers find a how-to video yesterday; right? it's gone today. what is law enforcement doing? monitoring videos and
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cigarettes. >>> google's app store and apple's app store appear to be running neck-and-neck in everything but revenue. the store android apps, called google, is about the same number of apps as apple's store. the number of downloads last month was just about equal. but apple accounted for 74% of the total revenue between the two app stores. at the same time, google play appears to be gaining ground fast from a year ago, when apple had 90% of the revenue. >>> has anyone ever told you to get to the punch line? that's what twitter plans to do next monday when it teams up with comedy central. comedians will tweet quicky jokes. rob riener and mel brooks are scheduled to kick off the festival next monday with an event in los angeles. >>> you have to be 21 to buy drinks or go gambling. new york city council and mayoral candidate quinn wants to raise the minimum age for tobacco purchases from 18 to 21. texas recently tried the same thing but the proposed law failed. several states have an age limit of 18 to buy tobacco. >>> today president obama invited 100 students to take part in this year's wh
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given that google came to market belly achingbout microsoft security. it's one of the clear areas they beat microsoft, and they are far less secure than microsoft, and it's considered the least secure and most likely to be compromised by malware on the planet. melissa: wow. morgan, that is scathing. do you agree with that review from ron? >> just because you get a virus on your phone doesn't mean you give up mobility. [laughter] this is a tale of two cities. this is the dickens classic revisited. you have apple with the highly secure store, but you don't get as much degrees of freedom when you develop it. on the other hand, you've got android which is the wild west, and rob's point is exactly correct. i'm concerned from a security standpoint that if we're moving to a byod strategy, bring your own device, i as an administrator don't want to secure various versions of android operating systems on a phone especially when i'm in a sensitive environment, governmentfinancial, health care, things like that. melissa: yeah. so, morgan, you're talking about more and more offices are saying
ones. google came out with a good idea. >> within a few hours google came up with way for you to track down loved ones. in the boston area this one is called google person finder and let's look at it right now. you can log onto look for someone in boston or report information about someone so others can read it. the red cross has a similar service on their website to find friends and loved ones. twitter was pretty busy as you might imagine first bystanders tweeted pictures of the aftermath and now people are tweeting their condolences. the hash tag pray for boston has been trending all night long but be careful on twitter. someone has created a fake boston marathon accounts promising to donate money forry tweet and twitter has suspended that account. we're going to show you more of the latest trends and an online reaction at 11:00. >> we'll see you then, maureen. >> coming up a shocking arrest caught on tape. a man repeatedly tased and kicked before getting cuffed. what police said about this video next. >>  police officials at an popular beach resort are
th one but i can't. sorry about that. [inaudible] >> yes. i actually googled that the other day and one of my colleagues maybe can say why the names are spelled differently. i know that van roy who actually create d his own name. i think it was after a building. it was kind of a fabricated nome do plume if you will. but i don't know why they are spelled differently. jaca was the nephew. i don't know the answer. my colleagues are shaking their heads so that makes me feel better. >> the obscure a, it been a very popular question about all the lectures that i have given about this exhibition. the camera, is two different kind of ways of understanding the world around you using lenses so to translate what you are seeing onto a page that you are drawing from or on the a canvas that you are painting. we don't know for sure and this is coming verdict sher since it was shadow and optical effects, it almost goes without saying he was an aware of camera obscure abut whether or not he auto it, i'm not sure. the book, which is called secret not knowledge, in this book he postulates tha
service is jammed up. google released googles person finder. go to google.org/personfinder, leading you to boston explosions. you follow the prompts, you're looking for someone or have information about someone. with cell service so spotty because of the overload, this is a great way, if you have an internet connection to try to track down loved ones or friends in boston. you can logon to redcross.org, their safe and well services serves the same purpose. boston.com set up a google doc for people who need a place to stay or a place to house runners who can't get to their hotel. we'll put that up on our website. the major thing about marathon day in major cities -- i haven't been to the boston marathon but in a lot of cities, is the communal spirit they tend to engender. charlie, i wonder your sense of how the boston police and local boston officials have responded to this and what the feeling in the city is about that response so far? >> well, let's go from the -- from the most on the ground and work out. the emts and emergency responders and the boston police, most of whom had been on
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for the mid terrace open space and the next tab for the google add space. this shows an open space exists here and granting this project will only make the neighboring properties worse. it's exactly this type of harm that the accompanied should protect us against. the fact it is - lastly finding 5 the zoning project is in keeping with the agricultural heritage. he in no way demonstrates how he is keeping with the heritage it is in direct opposition of the guidelines. it must be comparable with houses in the area. see the tab g for this project. nothing on this belong has a solid idea in keeping with the heritage of the neighborhood. we intend and respectfully appeal that the variances in this project be overturned and a i would like you to walk me through your exhibit e, exhibit 5 >> was it e. if you see the line in red and a actually, let actually, let's >> let's start with the red line. >> it's where the backyard set back is. if they wanted to they could billed within that ear and put it on the south side >> is that the green? >> no. >> i understand the red. >> it's the upperer story.
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there and they said there was a small fire at that library. >> google trying to help people track down their loved ones in boston. the site activated a person finder. you will be able to search someone's name or someone who you may have information about. hours after the blast a lot of runners were still separated from friends and family. volunteers rallied and organized the resource center. that center expected to be open again this morning. >> a team of runners from newtown was in town to honor runners in the shooter. there was a 26 second long moment of silence at the beginning of the race and all of the runners who represented newtown are okay and accounted for. >> japan is adding extra security in all of their areas. they are doing everything possible to ensure the safety of they're citizens. >> japan is checking to see if any of its citizens were injured in the blast. close to home, in new york city 1000 officers have been assigned to duty and national guard soldiers have been stationed around the airport and security is tighter around bridges and tunnels. extra officers are patrolling union
security alert level. >> google has launched a people finder in the aftermath of those bombings. it helps reconnect people who may still be missing. go to google.org people finder. click on the yellow link and there are nearly 2,000 records already loaded into that site. we have continuing coverage of the explosions both on air and online. you can go to our web site to find more raw video and photos. we'll continue to update you on the latest developments throughout this evening and the morning as well. >> a house faire in san jose ha taken a life. it began just before 8:30 this evening near the 880-280 interchange. heavy winds fueled this fire which had already burned the front of this home and most of the home and garage by the time crews had arrived. we're told firefighters found one elderly woman dead inside and a second person is still unaccounted for. we'll continue to follow the story and bring you updates as soon as we get them into our newsroom and also on our morning newscast beginning at 4:30 a.m. >> its mission statement says it serves the public interest. tonight they are att
, google, amazon, etc., you are using consumer application clout services. just so we realize how far we have transition, i was with a stanford did about two months ago, and i'm giving her the lecture on what is cloud computing, and i start that way. i say once upon a time, consumer applications used to get installed on your pc and update and all that, as she looks at me and said, "i've heard of this thing. isn't it called a floppy disk?" [laughter] what many of you guys probably do not know is on the business application front, this has similarly happen in a very different way. nearly every business application -- when i talk about business applications, and talking about financial customer relationships systems, purchasing, hr, web analytics, all the software business is used to automate their businesses. what you may not know is in the past 10 years, every business application software company which has gone public has been delivered as a cloud service. nobody does it in the new world the old way anymore. is all delivered as a cloud service. this ranges from -- many of you are in san
of thousands of dollars. janine janine de la vega is there to explain how google is involved, janine? >> reporter: we are close to where the other private jet companies are and the city sees it is a great economic boost. they approved a 50 year lease agreement to build an $82 million facility next to the san jose airport. besides that, they will include ramp space and 7 hangers for corporate jets for google executives. the airport will get $3 million a year from the deal and it will receive up to $3 million in annual tax revenue. neighbors in the area are concerned about aircraft traffic and the noise levels but they have insisted other jet companies will continue to adhere to the curfew in place that restricts between flying 11:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. and they are looking into this for people who live nearby who expressed concern about the deal. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> pg&e says more power equipment may have to be taken off line today to fix the damage caused by an act of sabotage yesterday. the santa clara county sheriff's office felt somebody fire gunshots
just go to google search and put in, you know, hot girl, graffiti girl, we have one that has -- a picture -- was it your presentation that had the picture of the girl with that tagging on the side of her? there's tons of that out there. just grab one. just drop it out where her face ain't showing. once they see that picture right there, woo, i like it. you're going to get more and more that way. you also get some other things that go along with that. okay. we had a 56 year old man try to pick me up. [laughter] >> he's like, really like your tattoo. like really? so, i sent him over to icac, internet crimes against children and they worked him and got him to deal with his thing. but you will see some different things on here. the greatest thing, though, is using this for you to help combat the graffiti. again, the biggest part is to use it for -- any of my templates, take my name out thereof and send it that way, okay. i'll probably take it out for you when i send it to you, but anything we can do to combat this graffiti, by all means, i'm here. * i have a passion for it now. i
in the wake of hideous actions, and that's not okay. >> major, today you participated in a google hang-out check. here is vice president biden. >> people have to make clear this is important to them. this is not just another issue. this is one of the big important issues for that 90% who think we should extend this. >> how much more vocal with you be than 90%? do you feel the public is being vocal right now? >> in the google chat, the vice president made a point that is really valid. the way these special interests groups work is sometimes a very small group of people who are single-issue voters can in a short term outweigh the vast majority of people who care about the issue but it's not their major issue. think about the people in arizona, for instance who know their congressman. gabby giffords had a community meeting, and others died there, and she was shot and hideous, hideous things. those people are thinking a little bit more. people in connecticut are thinking a little bit more. and connecticut, and you go on and on and on. and what we have to do is just kee
with iphone. google says the glass must be connected to an android phone to send text messages or run gps. iphone users will be able to make phone calls, video chats and search internet with the glasses. disappointing earnings from companies including united health and ebay leading stock market sell off today. as for your bloomberg silicon valley index it was lower on the weakness and shares of apple and ebay as mentioned. twitter introducing a music app letting music play songs that is currently available for apple users to down load. other companies trying to keep users on their sites for longer stretches, the name of the game. carolyn, larry >> thank you. >> maybe spring here but a massive rain storm is leaving behind a huge mess in parts of the mid west and plains. >> watch the car on the righthand side of the screen. this took place in chicago south deering neighborhood. one person was sent to the hospital. y he road buckled and car just caved in with pavement. other two cars were parked at the time >> thousands bng evacuated as heavy flooding prompted illinois governor to emergency
at the google earth picture of the house. it's a daylight picture showing the trailered boat along the side yard. >> yeah. one of the fears, we understand, is they believe there is a full tank of gas on the boat. i'm not sure if it's diesel or not. you were talking about how he might have made the escape. number one the chopper wasn't up during the early hours of the morning because the ceiling was too low. they didn't have that heat signature ability, the ability to observe from the air until much later in the morning today. the other thing is when i got on scene yesterday, trying to find the very location i'm at, it was probably 2:00-something in the morning. there weren't perimeters like you have seen later in the day. you didn't have the police presence. yes, there were s.w.a.t. teams and units that chased the lice cars here. they hadn't cordoned off the area in a methodical way at that point. we were having trouble trying to find this location. we were close to where kerry is now and noted that it was dark. it would be easy to slip through some of the alleys and behind houses. so there migh
is down from its all-time high in september. google could bring you more information and google is the service that tries to answer questions before the user even asks them. for example it could give you a heads up on your usual route home from work and adding it now, it could affect the area and it could be an option they could turn on and off. >>> time now 651, a historic post office in downtown berkeley, why it will not be a post office while they decide to sell the building. >>> traffic looks good heading off to the high-rise and we will tell you more about the morning commute. is it wrong to buy an entire outfit to match your mani-pedi? shop like a fashionista. not if you find something amazing for less than the price of it. save like a maxxinista. designer brands at t.j. prices. t.j.maxx. . >>> dow jones industrial average is up 14,000, nasdaq and s&p 500 is up and they are posting some gains, bay area net flicks is adding cards for some of that. >> time now 6:55 some bay area schools are seeing an increase in bomb threats. yesterday san francisco found a suspicious box an
yesterday. the nasdaq was down 38. >>> and google is one company that beat wall street expectations. the number one search engine earned $3.3 billion with advertising ving from personal computers to mobile devices. google's quarterly profits 16% from a year ago. >>> and more than 200,000 honda minivans and suvs are being recalled in the united states and canada due to a transmission problem. >>> we are getting word that cbs will have a special report. governor patrick is scheduled to speak probably informing us what he knows going on at this moment and what they have uncovered from the information so far. john mill and bill bratton are here. update us in terms of what we know at this moment. >> what we is that the events last night, which start with the assassination and murder of an m.i.t. police officer a robbery at a gas station, a wild car chase including bombs being thrown during the chase from out the windows of the suspects' vehicle, that ended in watertown with a shootout using that vehicle for cover, throwing more explosive devices. one suspect killed in that shootout. anot
of yesterday's blast. log onto google/personfinder. >> a resource center has been opened in castle park pla sa to help runners. if you want to get a sense of the chaos that followed the bombings, listen to the radio communications of police, firefighters and paramedics. >> this is 84, take control i need lanes open here. >> 901 we have another -- we need to get people away from it. >> clear everybody out of there, use caution there may be possible additional devices. all officers monitoring use caution. >> i need someone up there to get on social media and let people know we are sweeping the streets and we have all the victims off the scene. >> you may have heard someone reference a possible explosion at the jfk library miles away. we later found out that fire had nothing to do with these bombings. >> this morning we are hearing from local runners. one of those runners is a hero. a doctor in that group performed cpr on a runner. they say boston looked like a war zone. >> i said this can't be a bomb. >> i have seen something like that. and when the second bomb went off, we knee this was for rea
, here's important information in getting in contact, cell service is jammed up, google hassen extremely useful tool called person finder. go to google.com/person finder, boston marathon explosions, looking for someone or have information about someone. with cell service so spotty because of the overload, this is a really great way if you have an net connection to track people down. you can log on to red cross.org, the safe and well system. register information about someone lyre they're looking for. and boston.com has a google dock for people who need a place to stay, or people who can gentle can't get out of the city or back to the hotels. the amazing thing about marathon day in major cities, i've never been to boston, but i have been to other cities, and the communal spirit which makes today's events all the more horrifying. charlie, i wonder your sense of how the boston police and local official haves responded to this and what the feeling in the city is about that response response so far. >> let's go from the most on the ground and work out. the emts and the emergency responders an
that was on their part. we should probably get this on the air, it's a google earth map, sitting hering looking myself and we are from the location of all these vehicles. a matter of blocks down to the south to the charles river. which of course runs from boston out to the west to watertown. lester holt? >> reporter: ambulance came through, brian, i thought i heard something, the police radioed an ambulance moving in that direction. whatever is happening appears to be happening around the bend. on the opposite direction, i saw an oed vehicle, moving around and program ls -- perhaps will come on the other side. piecing these things together, they would want to create a perimeter if they think explosives are involved. that may be what we are seeing right here. the action is moving in many different directions right now, brian. we saw the ambulance staging, it's not going to a scene, it's staged beyond us, 100 yards beyond us in the same area that we saw, some of the high ranking police officers we saw go. people are on the streets watching this. the lockdown was lifted and the streets are filling up wit
and thursday does look a little warmer. >>> 6:43 is the time right now. google knows a lot about people and a lot of things. starting today or tomorrow that is almomo everyone will know a little bit more about google. >>> fewer air traffic controllers and airports nation- wide could mean longer lines and waits for you. we'll tell you how furloughs could effect your travel plans. >>> good morning. north and southbound 880 traffic looks good here in oakland. we'll tell you about the morning commute on a monday. ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, whole grain oats. you can't go wrong loving it. bee happy. bee healthy. with clusters of flakes and o's. oh, ho ho... it's the honey sweetness. i...i mean, you...love. >>> career skies. not much of apres. it will be very, very warm inland. fog is being closer. that may play into a coastal forecast later today. temperatures above average. >>> welcome back. goes to you. here's a quick look a
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you when you return. patti lee on the phone from boston. thank you. >>> google launched person finder to help friends and family communicate with loved ones in boston today. to get there go to the link on www.ktvu.com. >>> san francisco is no stranger to marathons or big events so what happened today has leaders here watching with concern. ktvu's david stevenson is live in san francisco where the mayor tried to assure the public the city is ready tohandle any sit -- to handle any situation. >> reporter: more police presence tonight and tomorrow. and a bart spokeswoman said the system is in a state of elevated awareness and bart police visible to the public. the golden gate bridge authority is always at a high level of alert. and a number of san francisco police are staying on through the commute or will come on early tomorrow morning. late today mayor ed lee and the police chief said they are ends can about the city's up-- they are concerned about the city's upcoming events. >> if anybody sees anyone or anything that you think is out of the ordinary please call 911 or notify the neare
. this is a google map application where the public can search for projects in their community, in their specific district, of a type of project. you can search by pedestrian safety projects. it doesn't measure curb ramps or sidewalk repairs because they come to us in a large volume, but it tells you what is under way and you can see how implementation is going and once the five year plan comes in we will up load those so folks can see what is happening in their neighborhood. we are working to update san francisco's long range transportation plan and really the capital improvement program that jonathan will talk about now and the five year plans are really the near term implementation of san francisco's long-term strategies for improving pedestrian safety in the city. >> good afternoon supervisors. i am jonathan ruers. i'm last in a line of presenters. i am manager of the capital financial planning and long time at mta and the issues i deal with are the issues that you brought up today. we have good plans and strategies like this and how do we implement them and turn them into built projec
, right now through google drive. you can show your support for the people affected bit bombings by sharing this badge on your facebook page, you can see what it reads "our hearts go out to everyone in boston and each person with loved ones running in the boston marathon." share the badge by going to facebook.com/abc7news. we will bring you continued coverage of the bombings. our reporter is in boston with live reports going later today here on abc7 news and she will tweet updates for you. we have a slide show of the bombing aftermath on our website and abc7news.com. >> would you want to look at that weather forecast? yesterday was mighty windy and mighty cold. we will see if we will change it out. >> baby steps, that is what we have in the forecast. live doppler 7 hd showing dry conditions with wind as an issue through the cartinez strait through 5:00 this afternoon with winds at 20 to 30 miles per hour and gusts up to 35 to 45 miles per hour so we could have tree limbs down like we saw yesterday. wins now are fastest in novato gusting to 20 and 12 at sfo and 18 at half moon bay
, benchmarking of stem courses in sfusd, as well as the american association, women and then google who shared with us the stunning statistic that through 2018 the united states expects to have 140 thousand computing jobs an at the rate we're going right now we'll only have 50 thousand candidates. so the stem initiative is very important in terms of job market of the feature. we met on april 1 and the agenda -- we had three informational items -- summer programming offerings and for the first time ever we received an inventory, a listing, a directory of summer programming. lots of professional development opportunities for our teachers so we really encourage our teachers to access this information which should be up on our web /saoeultsite. secondly we had an update on -- and the approval of the laa plan is a requirement to receive federal funding and we had an overview of it and i think every board member should have received a copy of that in their box. >> thank you. >> we are going to move on to any reports from board delegates to membership organizations. i know commissioner mendoza, y
for us. they know your name and they will google you and i can't wait until they do. >> you will find he studied at the post in malibu, the kendall in fort worth and he's been awarded the prize for best art history book. >> i don't want to get bound up with one approach. i want to go back to a very fundamental obligation of the museum which is to conserve, to show, to communicate and educate. a museum is a place of enlightenment anden enjoyment. both of those are important. >> dr. bailey has been deputy director and chief -- i can feel comfortable with and admire and to be honest, the fact that the fine arts museums of san francisco, in a way are the moment in one and serve like as that for this vibrant community. i'm really excited. i know there is lots of support. what's so exciting in the visits i have made to san francisco is how welcome you feel. that sense of a home, of a place, regardless of size, is very important. and it was thrilling to me to see that there is already suchen enthusiasm for the audience. >> he's talking about the art itself. just listen to the way he enters th
and google, as cross quite a few sectors there and economic data. all of that may affect the dollar yen as well. for now, pretty positive start and we are seeing a rebound. >> thank you. the nikkei is up.8. i will have more news for you later in the hour. for now, a check with other markets. >>> crews at the fukushima daiichi planted in japan have started work on a project to stop contaminated water from escaping into the environment. they have started work on a project to stop the contaminated water from escaping into the environment. workers for tokyo electric power company discovered three of seven underground storage pools are leaking. tepco officials believe pools one and two may be leak being the most. so they're placing priority on training them. on tuesday workers started transferring with 20 tons per hour from pool two to an above ground tank more than 400 meters away. officials say the process will be long. they plan to step up monitoring to make sure no water escapes during transfer. they estimate they'll be able to move more than 23,000 tons of contaminated water by early ju
. they can stay out of google. she's award winning reporter and covered california schools for 14 years and knows a lot about this subject and was honored by the california teacher association and received the highest award about the growing number of homeless students in the school system. she is a san francisco native and was in the peace corps and tout in west africa and please welcome jill tucker. [applause] >> thank you. she just dated me with that 9090 peace corps thing. okay. i want to say how great it is to be here. i have been looking at everyone's name tags and awed by the wide variety of people and i want you to in rolodex. email me. there are great stories i have been hearing today. we have amazing and large panel and it is an honor to moderate for them. real quickly you will have to take my word. i have read their full bios which are three pages here. i'm not going to read all of that but you have to my word these are award winning policy makers and leaders in our community. we will start with jeff rosen. [applause] he's the district attorney of santa clara county
that was detonated. whether they are dealing with ammonium nitrate which i am looking at the site on google earth and it looks like there is some granular storage on the site and. >>> -- nitris i'm mown yum and both have their problem. the sense of security they had was it is reported as not flammable. it can ignite at high temperatures. if there was a fire at 1500 degrees plus, it could ignite. and so that may or may not be what happened at that site, but a lot of these blasts and the biggest in the 80s was the plant that used of -- >> herald, apparently there was a fire they were responding to and then the explosion happened. obviously in terms of rescuing people this would be better if it was not dark. they have many hours of dark to go before dawn. describe how much more challenging it is to do this work in the dark of night. >>- q. i it can be -- >> it can be very challenging. they will need a form of thermal imaging. they need a comprehensive plan to bring in the texas urban search and is rescue task force which is a very good task force in the federal system. it is set up in texas. and the
looking at the site on google earth and it looks like there is some granular storage on the site and. >>> -- nitris i'm mown yum and both have their problem. the sense of security they had was it is reported as not flammable. it can ignite at high temperatures. if there was a fire at 1500 degrees plus, it could ignite. and so that may or may not be what happened at that site, but a lot of these blasts and the biggest in the 80s was the plant that used of -- >> herald, apparently there was a fire they were responding to and then the explosion happened. obviously in terms of rescuing people this would be better if it was not dark. they have many hours of dark to go before dawn. describe how much more challenging it is to do this work in the dark of night. >>- q. i it can be -- >> it can be very challenging. they will need a form of thermal imaging. they need a comprehensive plan to bring in the texas urban search and is rescue task force which is a very good task force in the federal system. it is set up in texas. and they will need to come up with a larger game plan using dogs and oth
they are dealing with ammonium nitrate which i am looking at the site on google earth and it looks like there is some granular storage on the site and. >>> -- nitris i'm mown yum and both have their problem. the sense of security they had was it is reported as not flammable. it can ignite at high temperatures. if there was a fire at 1500 degrees plus, it could ignite. and so that may or may not be what happened at that site, but a lot of these blasts and the biggest in the 80s was the plant that used of -- >> herald, apparently there was a fire they were responding to and then the explosion happened. obviously in terms of rescuing people this would be better if it was not dark. they have many hours of dark to go before dawn. describe how much more challenging it is to do this work in the dark of night. it ca >>- q. i it can be -- >> it can be very challenging. they will need a form of thermal imaging. they need a comprehensive plan to bring in the texas urban search and is rescue task force which is a very good task force in the federal system. it is set up in texas. and they will need
texas. remarkable shots. here is a google earth satellite image. there is the plant right there. all is well. here is a picture of what it looked like today after the explosion and fire as you can see leveled and gone. at the spot where the plant stood until about 21 hours ago. looks like a wasteland. this is what is left of a 50 unit apartment complex near the plant. rescuers have not found survivors but you can see just terrific, terrible damage one in that instant. abc 7 news talked with one resident of that apartment complex today and ahead at 6:00 tells us about getting his young family to safety. about five minutes from now a surprising way california insuspects fertilizer plants here in order to keep them safe. we'll take you there for that story. >> over the years this is odd one of the in history on april the sandoff between federal agents, atf and a religious cult known as branch davidians ended in a deadly fire in waco, texas. 76 emwere killed. two years later oklahoma city bombing killed 168 people. april 20th, columbin columbine -- columbine shootings. two students invo
heard that ibm's earnings fell for the last quarter highlighting the fall. microsoft and google beat some estimates. that may also give some direction about the outlook for the u.s. economy. earnings and economic data there, a little bit of a focus as well. >> the g-20 is a meeting of international financial leaders. a lot of focus on currency moves. gives us an up dadate on where are now? >> let's have a look at it right now this friday morning as tokyo stocks kick off here. 98.24 to 25. it hasn't shifted that much but hasn't treatedoo much either. compared to monday when it dipped to 95 yen levels, if you remember. as you mentioned about the g-20, a lot of focus will be on a speech given by the bank of japan governor where he wants to explain in greater detail about the current monetary policy and that the bank of japan is not targeting rates. it's been a big concern in global markets despite most leading economies having agreed to the principals involved. dending on the cmentsnd reaction from g-20 leaders we may see the yen returning to a weakening trend. let's have a look at the
had a miss. the company noted weakness in tech spending. google topped estimates - its core advertising showed growth. microsoft also did better than expected; however, window 8 sales may be moderate. also, the cfo is leaving the company. here's a good one: vertex pharma shares raced up more than 50% after the bell. the company revealed positive data on its cystic fibrosis treatment. let's get to trader talk now with tim mulholland of china america capital. good morning to you. are there any signs out there that the economy is losing steam, especially with the stock market plunge that we have recently seen? - well, i think clearly there has been some disappointing economic data. maybe it is the fear that we all had with the government cutbacks and also the tax hike that we had - that's the increased payroll tax for social security that we saw - so that is biting into the economy. but clearly, almost all the data, not only here but around the world, has come out weaker, so that is real; and combine that with some disappointing earnings on balance, and i think that is cause fo
google, facebook, and twitter, we can certainly turn our attention to innovating around safety. so we agree that legislative efforts are important, and we are pursuing that. but today is all about innovation and please come to the town hall at noon right behind us here and we are going to have a panel discussion about innovation that exists today and where we can go in future. we are just getting started. this effort will be a marathon, not a sprint and we are very, very committed. the effort is called the sandy hook promise innovation initiative. and in tech we love buzz words. so we have three initiatives underneath the sandy hook promise initiative. number one, we have the tech committee to reduce gun violence. the second one is the sandy hook promise investment effort. jim pitco who is going to speak next is going to talk about the tech committee to reduce gun violence and review the sandy hook promise investment effort. but in short, we have gathered 30 of the top angels and vcs in america and their names are in the press kit. who are prioritizing innovation to reduce gun violenc
. google has been testing the cars for years. state regulators need to determine who we be at fault in a crash, the driver or the manufacturer? same question for failure to stop at a stop sign, failing too recognize stopped traffic because of bad weather, or getting off a freeway ramp too fast. >> new at 6:00, bay area students ted indicated to ending social isolation rallied in front of a san francisco clothing store that sells a certain t-shirt. the shirt has the words "you can't sit with us" a phrase from the movie mean girls. students understand the phrase is a joke but say it could mean something worse. >> this year, because we don't think that this is necessary for this shirt to be here, it sends the wrong message to the community, and a lot of people who suffer silently because at lunchtime or other times in school, and this kind of ex-emmy identifies the problem -- exemplifies the problems. i. >> employees had no comment other than to say the store is against bull using in all forms. >> bay area communities are joining others around the world to help celebrate earth day by g
input now how to regulate driverless cars. google has been testing the cars for years. state regulators need to determine several things. for instance, who would be at fault in a crash, the driver or the manufacturer. same question with failure to stop at a stop sign, failing to recognized stopped traffic because of bad weather or getting off a freeway ramp too fast. i think all the drivers would be pointing at the car. >> you mentioned folks cleaning up. it was fabulous out there. 70s and 80s. as we work our way into monday and tuesday, we're talking about temperatures especially inland climbing close to 90 degrees. yes, get ready for a nice little mini heat wave in store for the bay area. hi, there, live doppler not picking up any moisture at all as we are sitting live right now. here is a look from high definition sutro cam looking down on the beautiful city of san francisco with clear skies. here is a look at highs today. it was mild to warm, just how you like it. santa rosa, 81. redwood city, 81. san jose, 79 degrees. live look towards coit tower, san francisco checking in at 54. 5
of gis are web based mapping systems. like google earth, yahoo maps. microsoft. those are examples of on line mapping systems that can be used to find businesses or get driving directions or check on traffic conditions. all digital maps. >> gis is used in the city of san francisco to better support what departments do. >> you imagine all the various elements of a city including parcels and the critical infrastructure where the storm drains are. the city access like the traffic lights and fire hydrants. anything you is represent in a geo graphic space with be stored for retrieval and analysis. >> the department of public works they maintain what goes on in the right-of-way, looking to dig up the streets to put in a pipe. with the permit. with mapping you click on the map, click on the street and up will come up the nchgz that will help them make a decision. currently available is sf parcel the assessor's application. you can go to the assessor's website and bring up a map of san francisco you can search by address and get information about any place in san francisco. you can sear
talk to younger people and they think, oh, you just googled nixon secret fund and that's going to unravel watergate. it was secret and no one knew except a couple of people. and so what you have to do is go into the night and knock on doors and find untraditional sources. we were lucky we found the treasure to the re-election committee. we found the bookkeeper. we found people who could say, yeah, you know, they're doling out hundreds of thousands of dollars of cash in a campaign safe. they don't even do that now. chris: when you look at the movie, do you see something like your favorite novel of the movie doesn't quite click with the reality. does the movie seem like you? because we've all seen it. >> i always say you have no idea how many women i've disappointed over the years. and i swear to you that's true. and it got journalism right. and journalists will say and we lay out in the book and the movies very clear about the mistakes we made. we made lots of mistakes, lots of rookie mistakes. and whe didn't have documents. we didn't have on the record interviews with people. a
are going to become an endangered species and the google will pass by saying there is another endangered species like going to the zoo. i support all of the amendments and any strong protections. so that people will be able to stay in san francisco, keep their homes, keep the medical care and their neighbors, thank you. >> thank you. next speaker. >> and before we start the clock. for the folks in the overflow, we had a bunch of seats open up, i think that we have enough seats to accommodate the folks at this point. >> good afternoon, supervisors, my name is elizabeth gordon and i am a co-owner of two tic buildings in the city, one a six unit building that we purchased 8 years ago in district three, and a 3, unit building about ten years in district eight. while the original bypass legislation is much needed, the amendments make it impossible our chances of converting our tic units to condos, we have previously met the existing requirements of three years, in both buildings we have been in a lottery before but to no avail, we are were not drawn. but now we have lost in one building, an o
have heard about them, and now they are here. we are talking about google glasses. >> on your desk here? >> not exactly. >> there's a few people walking around town with them on. scott budman tried them on today. >> you can touch this button and you can initiate a photo taking or a film. but you can say it, you can say, okay, glass, take a pick. >> and it will take a picture. >> that is amazing. not yet for sale for everyone. currently costs $1500. so it's not cheap. and yes, you can surf the web in front of you. it's due to go mainstream next year. >> okay, the vacancy sign is burning bright in silva valley. they want to attract more business travelers. 175 of the new rooms will be added as early a as 2014. the market enjoyed an increase in 20% over the previous year. that is the highest increase in the entire state. >> okay, dave feldman who was a giants' ball dude over the weekend will be with us next. >> i'm dave feldman, after getting dominated by the bruins they turned the tables and dominated the bruins. they were due for a nail biter. that is what they got. the giants opening up
and for anyone ever worried about a loved ones where abouts. google and red cross provide up to the minute reports. you search a name to find out if someone you know is accounted for and post information saying you're okay. it's a good idea to keep a list of these sites. we put links and details on our web site. keep in mind you can't always rely on the accuracy of the information. it's all unfiltered. >> it's good to have the resources just in case. >>> a man who uses social media like nobody's business. >> funny you say that. just tweeted a picture of the mountain. low humidity and very few cloud out there. let's talk about good news. the weather will get milder and the wind will relax and keep the sunshine. two more minutes and we'll talk details. live look outside. we hit 70 in many locations. san jose at 66 and oakland and liver more. a is often the case san francisco trailing behind. you're at 58 degrees. kpix high doppler dry. check out the lows tonight. please watch out in the north bay valleys for some patchy frost tomorrow morning. napa down to 35 and fairfield. fremont, liver mo
that will be surprising. i do not see it right now. stuart: google last. i know you have them. put them on, please. this is google glass. what does it do? tell me. please. >> let me turn it on. take a picture. it just took a picture of you. you just talk to it. it gets you maps and directions and i can see my stocks close. i can see some of my texting. it is a new kind of device. i do not think this is right for the mainstream yet. it is clearly an early, i would even call it an a product. i do not they get will make it to the market this year. apple used to do stuff like this, you know, to get us excited about the future. that is worrying for me. i am an apple fan boy. i am surprised by how well i am surviving. [ laughter ] stuart: aren't we all. thank you very much, indeed. very good stuff. we appreciate that. thank you. i want to go to the call. i have verizon with a brand new high. nicole: the shareholders are loving this one. the stock is up almost 4% at the moment. the dow is still to the downside. they did come out with their numbers. they beat the streets. that is good news for verizon. st
beating expectations, showing slim growth. >>> ibm and intel fell short. microsoft, google and yahoo! topped expectations. bank of america well fell short of estimates. yet were hyigher than a year earlier. is apple losing its shine? the tech bellwether dipped below $400 a share this week. seven months after hitting a record high of above $700 a share. concerns that product sales will not be keeping up with a possible glut of inventory there. exxon mobile surpassed apple as the most valuable company. sea world made a splash. the company began trading friday. with an ipo of, priced at $27 a share. the deal raised some $700 million. >>> austerity persisting in britain and europe despite forecasts of downgrade growth in the uk and recession in single currency euro zone. from the spring meetings of the imf and world bang. -- imf and world bank. part of the conversation this week. >> it has vastly different social security systems, health care systems, pension systems. if europe wants to move to common funding of the systems, a fiscal union, then they need to harmonize the systems way bef
for some time. if you are still trying to connect with a loved one, here are some resources. on google person finder, you can enter the name of someone you have information on. the site is tracking nearly 4600 records. he could also visit the red cross safe and well listings web page. >> baltimore city police have raised the security level. that means you can expect extra security on public transportation and at tomorrow's baseball game. >> ever since 9/11, police and security experts tell us they have been aware of the fact stadiums are very attractive targets for terrorists. their diligent about minimizing the risk at orioles park. the situation in boston has heightened that vigilance. the orioles prepared to kick off an nine-game homestand at the yard. fans will notice extra security tomorrow and every measures that are not readily apparent. >> there are no credible threats at this time to this area or to the city of baltimore. it is prudent to take a cautious steps. >> city police commissioner it sums up the situation. he elevated the security awareness lebanon and the city, which
loved oness connected to each other. search engine google steppingtep into their part as well as to help the victims. v >> as you can damage, in the chaotic times, everybody is going to try to reach out to the loved ones see yacht cell phone. after a while it's not the best way to try to get ahold of a something in the chaotic situations. what google has done, a two-fold approach to help out via social media. they set up something called people finder. by late yesterday afternoon the web site contains thousands of runners names. on the site you can search for information or provide information. simply type in the person's name and status. if known it will come up. once you find a person you can n click on the name and see if more information is available and even post a message toem. the other thing that has google has done and this is pretty cool here, they've offered people a place to say. so far hundreds of people living in or around the boston area have made rooms, beds, spaces available in their noarms runners or visitors to stay. each post provides a contact name, number, e-mail an
to he help. online by monday evening a google registry for stranded victims seeking shelter had 8,000 offerings. several airlines waved fees for flight changes in and out of boston. phone companies expanded the local wi-fi capacity to meet the demand. joe andruzzi pictured carrying a woman after the explosion. praised efforts across the board saying the spotlight should remain firmly on the countless civilians that did whatever they could to save lives. they were the true heros. >> witnesses say there were many, many more people that deserve credit for helping. >>> here is what we know this noon. three people are confirmed dead. one is an 8-year-old boy. more than 175 people are injured. federal and local authorities are searching an apartment for someone they are calling a person of interest in the boston suburb of a veer -- of revere. stay with wjz on air and online for complete coverage. for the latest developments any time log on to cbsbaltimore.com. >>> switching gears, temperatures are starting to climb in our area. taking a live look outside, we have sun and clouds out ther
in boston. thousands of people showed kindness, a google document lists names and phone numbers in and phone numbers of people around boston willing to help. a spare couch, a guest bed or a shower or a meal. it started at 4:30 yesterday afternoon, people are still adding to it right now. when the runners cross the finish line, many of them kept going to donate blood to the red cross. many people donated 7 last night, red cross, this tweet saying due to the jeep rossty of the donors, we don't need anymore blood at this time. >>> we are following the story at breaking news situation, that is what it is. stay ahead of it by getting the breaking news by following us on twitter at abc 2 news, also follow me at charlie from abc 2. >>> now, maryland's most accurate forecast. >> if you are heading to the game tonights this is the forecast for you, mostly cloudy skies, temperature coming in 68 degrees. the first pitch at 7:05s as the innings progress, there is a possibility for a shower in the forecast, make sure you take the poncho with you. speaking of the showers, not so much this morning, marylan
web site. also use google person finding. search page that lets you type in a name to look for someone or list information he may hav have. link to search just for the marathon explosions, too. right now there are 4100 records through google person finder. >> well the he's yebingt way maybe with your phone. boston police have released phone number for people to call. here's the number. it's listed here on the screen. hear it is again on the bottom of the screen. if phone number you can use. meantime amma is on her way to boston tonight. her life report will again tomorrow here on abc 7 news. amma is tweeting updates at amma abc 7. of course we have the very latest development on our web site. 7 news.com. slide show of the day events there on our site. >> moving on now. worker comp paid for by employers as you know. no taxpayer money but lawmakers close a loop hole that after let's are using to 7 6 figure settlement from california system. we have more now on injured players who wept at the time capitol today to stop the plan. >> i'm jack brown. >> retired nfl p
, a quick google search, there are a lot of manufacturers in the state of georgia. not to taking anything away from dale russell but just way of theory, they may have sent to law enforcement agencies in georgia. the google search looks at multiple hits from pressure cooker manufacturers and possible evidence from other photos, as well? >> just one other note. what is remarkable, you can see the stamp from the manufacturer, what appears to be a clear serial number on that pressure cooker. they can follow that up. they can figure out where that unit was sent and possibly what store it was sold and who may have bought it. we saw two compelling photos from boston affiliate what may be the second bomb that went off. when you look at this photo, the first picture shows what looks like a bag or a box on the street side of a metal barricade sitting on the curb. second photo shows the same area shortly after the explosion. clearly where the box or bag was that is where the area was worse affected. they blurred it out because it's very graphic photo. they saw nothing left of that box. that box or b
chosen to test the new google glasses will be allowed to experience the new devices. that's because if those glasses are shared in any capacity, google says it will deactivate them. the devices began rolling out this week, and several thousand people paid $1,500 each to be among the first to try them. >>> temperatures today warmed a little over yesterday. there were some breezes today, but not as windy as yesterday, and the warming trend is beginning, or has begun. 70 in morgan hill. a little warmer today. a little warmer tomorrow. the jet stream is set up like this. it's set up a pattern that sends everything north of the area. so we're looking for dry conditions into this high pressure zone right here. we are setting up for warmer, drier weather. there's no coastal fog to speak of right now. just really, kind of nice out there, the winds are dying down as i speak. it will be a little breezy tonight, but not as much as we saw last night, and by tomorrow, less wind as well. sunny skies and warmer for thursday. mid-70s tomorrow easy. maybe upper 70s, as well. we could see some mid-80
. >> google wallet is not available on iphone and only work with some service providers. they require a wireless technology that only some stores can use. >> some apps only link with a few credit cards so you may need to link to a prepaid card which can incur additional fees. that may mean you don't have the best protection if you lose your phone or someone breaks in to your account. >> prepaid cards whether in your hand or on your phone have no guaranteed protection against unauthorized transaction sow could lose whatever balance is on the cards. >> if, like her, you like to leave the wallet at home security is best when it is linked with a credit card. >> report a lost phone or suspicious activity to the credit card company right away. of course, inform your cell phone carrier so they can disable the phone. >> still ahead at 6:30 we have breaking news from texas on the devastating explosion that flattened a fertilizer plant. >> we will go to texas for the latest on efforts to fine missing residents after the fiery blast. >> three men robbed this macy's while it was open. find out wh
with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. >>> google is still making a lot of money and so are their investors. they reported a big jump in earnings, shares of google stock rose more than 1 1/2% in trading. >>> and smartest fork in the world? >> that story you will see on nbc bay area, scott budman sat down with the fork that wants to make you happy. >> reporter: it is a little thicker a than you're used to. but the goal of the happy fork is to help you get a little thinner. yes, this is the fork that buzzes if you eat too quickly. we put it to the lunch room so you could get a look first. >> this is a device that people want to be mindful and understand the value of nutrition. >> reporter: the thought being that if you eat more slowly and pay more attention to what you're eating you will be more healthy. full of software and sensors, the happy fork will wirelessly transit data about what you eat and how you eat to your smartphone. so you can track and improve your eating habits. and just about like everything else in the tech world, the fork is made to be social. >> it is
the googles and facebooks stand to gain by the higher tex visasy that looking to expand? y that talking about is any going from 65,000 of the visas to 110,000 a year. >> it would have an opportunity to expand after that based on economic demand. and i think ideally for silicon valley, from their point of view, they would want unlimited opportunity to have these. right now, they had asked for double or triple. they asked for quadruple and triple and got double. it's a compromise and that is a good deal for them. and that is for the temporary visas, the h-1 visa that can be renewed just once after three years and that their is something in the senate bill to extend opportunities for people to stay here permanently if they have certain skills and science backgrounds. working in high-demand fields. >> if they get it, would this greatly grow silicon valley? would we see an expansion? you think this will lead to more companies and more jobs for the bay area? >> and there is a study that -- about half of silicon valley tech companies were founded by jim brants -- immigrants and that decreased to 44%
kiss you. in fact i'm going to. oh, wow, morning breath. google shows a delightful earth that is flat. well done google. this earth day i'm going to celebrate by tipping my hat to people on this planet who clearly aren't from it. the aliens among us. first up chuck grassley. here is how he reacted today. >> i say that particular those that are pointing to what happened, the terrible tragedy in boston as i would say an excuse for not doing a bill or delaying it many months or years. >> i never said that! >> wow, the alien doth protest too much. then tom foreman, he thought the best use of the news apparatus is to drop backpack. >> if you look at the outline of the backpack this is a fairly substantial pack here. that's a fairly substantial backpack. >> yeah tom, we on earth call those backpacks, and that's what they are shaped like. now do you want to say something useful? and finally we would like to tip our hat to the fbi agent who cracked the whole case. richard deloriay because -- there has got to be at least two brains in that head. i'm done talking now. >> micha
do the googles and the facebooks stand to gain by the higher tech visas that they're looking to expand, by quite a significant margin, they're talking about going from 65,000 of these visas to 110,000 a year. >> yeah, and it would have the opportunity to expand after that based on economic demand. so, i mean, i think ideally for silicon valley, from their point of view, they want unlimited opportunity to have visas. right now, they had asked for double or triple, i mean, they asked for actually qua group l l or triple, they -- quadruple, they got double. it's a compromise. it's for the h1 visa. there are things in the senate bill that would expand opportunities for people to stay here permanently if they have certain skills and science backgrounds and work in high demand fields. >> if they get it, would this greatly grow silicon valley, would we see an expansion. do you think this would lead to more companies and more jobs for the bay area. >> there's a study that about half of silicon valley tech companies were founded by immigrants. it's actually decreased to about 44% in r
other piece of information you need. >> google has been doing this, jon, if you have a google account, they are routinely asking for a phone number as an additional level of authentication. if there's some problem with your account, they will immediately text you, on to your phone account, asking you, are you the person now accessing your account? so i think you're right there will be multiple levels of security. >> how often should an organization like a.p. change their password? i certainly don't. i feel like a bit of a hypocrite here, because i don't necessarily follow the right myself, a lot of people say change it every three months, they also say to use a password that's nonoften, including numbers as well, even symbols as well. this is a password and a code that you get via your phone, particularly if you're logging in from a new computer. that just adds another barriers. >>> any report was false. white house press secretary jay carney responded by saying in fact the president is fine action and karney had just been with him a few minutes ago. so a false report here from the a.
of google with three time google sales, and the guidance, we know, that apple cut guidance, 14% on the top line, excuse me, 31 on the top and 14% on the bottom. they might eight downward revisions in the forecast, lost nearly 290 billion bucks since the iphone5 was introduced in sent 2012, liz, so he's the name of the game. watch -- i want to show the fiscal q2 sales since 2009. there's a steady progression up. look, quickly, at apple evaluation. look at the next chart. look at that. high of 82, and it dwindled down. an amazing drop in evaluation. what are we talking about? what are we looking for after the bell on your next show? basically, whether or not they enter deuce a cheap iphone, and will that compress growth margins more? this is why the action has been negative in the stock. growth mar gyps are down from a year ago, and so will that also undercut the brand premium for apple? goldman sachs, art capital, both saying second half watch action here. last time we've seen this -- basically, what we're talking about is number one, nobody is steve jobs. cook is under pressure. can he del
phone and ipad. joining us is gene munster. gene, by the way, also covers google and google will be reporting after the bell tonight. gene, why don't we start with apple. this has been an incredible run up and then an incredible drop. below $400. is this somewhere you saw the stock going? >> no way. this is -- we thought there was a floor at 450, so this is a lot lower than we thought it was going to go. >> and at this point, now that it has reached 400 at least in the intra day trade, does that worry you that there is still more room to decline or do you think at this point it's stabilized? >> we think there's an opportunity here. the street numbers still need to get reset. we're 10% below the street for the june quarter. i think once these estimates get reset, that's the point where investors are going to start to get interesting. the southside still hasn't taken those nebs down. that's the real challenge here. >> you thought 450 was the bottom at 455 or at -- when did you make that prediction sflp. >> yeah. it was about three weeks ago. we basically took our numbers down. >> so when it was
. >> what is interesting to me, if i googled, you know, sailing lessons, new york city -- >> google follows you. >> google follows me. all of a sudden, i'll start getting ads from sailboat operations. this kid, man, terrorist, 26-year-old, how far old he was, is apparently looking up bomb making plans on al qaeda-linked websites based in yemen. why do we have a problem with -- if someone is looking those things up, why do we have a problem with that versus google or others saying, hey, sullivan is -- >> behind the scenes, do we have a problem with that? meaning is the government saying we're not even looking at this? >> no, no. behind the scenes, the government doesn't have a problem with it. but it's a public relations and political problem. on the one hand, people do not care about whether every private enterprise in the world knowing anything about them. but crossing the line with the government knowing anything about them. >> it's something that becomes more difficult the further away you get from terrorist activities. the further away you got from 9/11, the more people were reluctant t
of the boston marathon bombings. we're gone bring you a live report from boston coming up at 8:30. >>> google is being praised for a website that's helping friends and families contact loved ones in boston. google's boston marathon person finder lets people post and search for those affected by the disaster. it has two main buttons. one is "i am looking for someone." the other is" i have information about someone." that site currently tracking about 5300 records. >>> this morning, cities all over the nation are rethinking security now. next month's beta breakers race in san francisco is a special source of concern. >> beta breakers draws tens of thousands of not only runners but visitors here to enjoy our city. we are concerned. >> as you can imagine, police are increasing patrols in areas that attract large crowds including b.a.r.t. officials are saying anyone who sees anything suspicious immediately call 911. >> there's also increased security in washington, d.c. coming up, the increased security measures at the white house this morning. >>> new this morning -- we're learning more about a t
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